My new TM2 will be here Thursday. I had the pleasure of trying out the preconfigured model at my local Microcenter store before ordering mine with the custom configuration. My dilemma is this: I read that the Broadcom wireless card in these is model BCM 943225 HMB. Link. Broadcom.com - BCM943225HMB - Single-Band 802.11n and Bluetooth 3.0 Half MiniCard Reference Design Although this is a great card it only operates in the 2.4ghz frequency range. I recently bought the Netgear model 3700 dual band wireless router. This unit broadcasts both 2.4ghz and 5ghz simultaneously. It has 4 separate broadcast radios working at once! I broadcast four different SSID's. 1. Home network G (2.4ghz for other laptops in home running G) 2. Home network guests only (same 2.4 but with NO access to network shares) 3. Home network HD (5ghz only for wireless A & N clients only) 4. Home network HD guests only (5ghz for A & N clients with NO network shares) So my kids laptops run on network #1 because they only have wireless G cards. Friends run on #2. My wife runs her iPad (a toy) on #3 because Apple was smart enough to put a wireless N card in it that runs on either 2.4 or 5ghz. I really want to run my new TM2 on the 5ghz channel exclusively ( less interference ). So I ordered an HP branded Broadcom replacement card model BCM943224HMB. Link: http://www.broadcom.com/products/Wireless-LAN/802.11-Wireless-LAN-Solutions/BCM943224HMB Evidently some other HP laptops use this card. My plan was to simply remove the single band card and install this dual band (and drivers of course) but i JUST found out that the antenna in our laptops is a 2.4ghz antenna ONLY! I never thought that the antenna would be different! STUPID ME. Do you think I just wasted $43.00 plus freight or do you guys have any ideas. I could always order a 5 ghz compatable internal antenna wire pair but I do not want to take apart the LCD to feed the wire up there. Any ideas?